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Latest Norfolk Christian community events 

Events of interest to the Norwich and Norfolk Christian community happening over the next four weeks.

27/05/2019 10:00am
This year’s Open Studios art event at Thorpe Market Church over Spring half term week will give visitors the opportunity to watch demonstrations and learn some of the techniques for themselves.
 
EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists.  They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church, and are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide “Open Studios” event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards.
 
Refreshments will be available and there is ample parking and level access.
 
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops or view demonstrations from 2pm to 4pm on most of the days, but the workshops must be pre-booked.
27/05/2019 7:00pm
Michelle Arthur from All Nations Church, Leicester will be the guest speaker on Monday 27th of May.
She has worked for many years with those who are on the margins of society and has a heart and a passion to see the overlooked, the downtrodden and the isolated step into the awareness that they are children of God, loved and cherished and with an amazing destiny ahead of them.
 
After losing her husband suddenly in 2013 she went to Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California.  She completed the first 2 years there and then came home to intern at her home church, All Nations, in Leicester.  
She is now working back in the marketplace where she loves to bring kingdom thinking and see people step fully into who they are meant to be by calling out the gold in them.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with those in her community who don’t know Jesus yet and also working as a chaplain into local massage parlours.
 
All welcome for an evening of fellowship, wonderful worship followed by the main talk. There will also be a time  for prayer ministry at the end of the evening. Please feel able to arrive at from  7pm for coffee, cakes and chat, for a 7.30 start.
 
28/05/2019 10:00am
This year’s Open Studios art event at Thorpe Market Church over Spring half term week will give visitors the opportunity to watch demonstrations and learn some of the techniques for themselves.
 
EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists.  They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church, and are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide “Open Studios” event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards.
 
Refreshments will be available and there is ample parking and level access.
 
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops or view demonstrations from 2pm to 4pm on most of the days, but the workshops must be pre-booked.
29/05/2019
Car boot sale - Come and find some great bargains on the Christian Aid stall. Look out for our red banners
and have a chat with our volunteers from the Methodist churches, free church and the Church of England.
We believe in life before death. 
It is part of our annual fundraising for Christian Aid so all proceeds will go to Christian Aid.
29/05/2019 10:00am
29/05/2019 10:00am
This year’s Open Studios art event at Thorpe Market Church over Spring half term week will give visitors the opportunity to watch demonstrations and learn some of the techniques for themselves.
 
EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists.  They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church, and are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide “Open Studios” event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards.
 
Refreshments will be available and there is ample parking and level access.
 
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops or view demonstrations from 2pm to 4pm on most of the days, but the workshops must be pre-booked. On Wednesday May 29 :  Painting with Watercolour Using Credit Cards with Nigel Paterson. Materials supplied. Maximum 10 people. £7.50.  Please pre-book 01263 515607.
 
29/05/2019 10:30am
Come and find the mysterious ‘Green Men’ decorating Norwich Cathedral’s roof bosses and enjoy craft activities, puppet shows and workshops at a family fun day on May 29. Check in at the hostry for wristbands. No pre-booking required.
Fee: £3.50 per over fives and under-fives and adults free.
29/05/2019 2:00pm
Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
30/05/2019 10:00am
This year’s Open Studios art event at Thorpe Market Church over Spring half term week will give visitors the opportunity to watch demonstrations and learn some of the techniques for themselves.
 
EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists.  They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church, and are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide “Open Studios” event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards.
 
Refreshments will be available and there is ample parking and level access.
 
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops or view demonstrations from 2pm to 4pm on most of the days, but the workshops must be pre-booked. On Thursday May 30 :  Free rag rug making demonstration with Edy Ward.
30/05/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
30/05/2019 7:30pm
Great Yarmouth Minster is holding an Ascension Day service to mark the beginning of the 11 days of the "Thy Kingdom Come" initiative. Archdeacon of Norfolk, the Venerable Steven Betts, will be preaching. This is one of three services held that day through the Diocese. The others are at Norwich Cathedral and Kings Lynn Minster.
 
 
31/05/2019 10:00am
St Faith's Church, Gaywood is holding a Fish-themed Family Fun Morning in half-term with crafts, songs, activities, stories and a prayer trail. 
31/05/2019 10:00am
This year’s Open Studios art event at Thorpe Market Church over Spring half term week will give visitors the opportunity to watch demonstrations and learn some of the techniques for themselves.
 
EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists.  They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church, and are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide “Open Studios” event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards.
 
Refreshments will be available and there is ample parking and level access.
 
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops or view demonstrations from 2pm to 4pm on most of the days, but the workshops must be pre-booked. On Friday May 31 :  Mexican Woven Hangings with Jeny Walding. Materials supplied.  Limited numbers. £7.50.  Please pre-book 01263 721062.
 
31/05/2019 7:00pm
DIDO & AENEAS, Performed by Cantamus choir & Conducted by PHILIP ADAMS. Piano accompaniment by Michael Finnissy
Cantamus is a community choir of 35-40 singers from across a number of parishes in North Norfolk. They will be performing Henry Purcell’s ‘Dido & Aeneas’ (1689), one of the first English operas, and is now one the most frequently performed.
The story, from the fourth book of Virgil’s ‘Aeneid’, depicts the Trojan prince Aeneas’s dalliance with Dido, queen of Carthage, interrupting his quest to establish the city of Rome. Dido’s lament, at the end of the opera, has become a common part of Remembrance Day services across the UK, and has been recorded many times, including by rock and soul singers.
The principal roles are taken by Julia Smith (Dido), Christopher Barnes (Aeneas) and Jodie Wiggins (Belinda, Dido’s sister). Instrumental support is given by strings and harpsichord led by Eddie Jones.
Cantamus choir would welcome new members of all ages and abilities. We rehearse every Thursday evening, over two terms, at Thorpe Market church and work towards two performances at Christmas and in May or June. We are a very sociable choir and can put you in touch with someone who is happy to car share. 
Tickets are £10 (£8 Concessions / free under 16) entry on the door or in advance / A Licenced Bar will be available 
Please contact the Secretary for further information: cantamussingers@gmail.com  / Tel: 01263 833847
01/06/2019 10:00am
This year’s Open Studios art event at Thorpe Market Church over Spring half term week will give visitors the opportunity to watch demonstrations and learn some of the techniques for themselves.
 
EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists.  They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church, and are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide “Open Studios” event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards.
 
Refreshments will be available and there is ample parking and level access.
 
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops or view demonstrations from 2pm to 4pm on most of the days, but the workshops must be pre-booked.
01/06/2019 10:30am
"One-Hit Wonders (and their other pieces you haven't heard!) - Free Saturday Morning Music event. Informal, professional live music, with free coffee/tea/biscuits. Exploring moods and stories in music.
01/06/2019 7:00pm
DIDO & AENEAS, Performed by Cantamus choir & Conducted by PHILIP ADAMS. Piano accompaniment by Michael Finnissy
Cantamus is a community choir of 35-40 singers from across a number of parishes in North Norfolk. They will be performing Henry Purcell’s ‘Dido & Aeneas’ (1689), one of the first English operas, and is now one the most frequently performed.
The story, from the fourth book of Virgil’s ‘Aeneid’, depicts the Trojan prince Aeneas’s dalliance with Dido, queen of Carthage, interrupting his quest to establish the city of Rome. Dido’s lament, at the end of the opera, has become a common part of Remembrance Day services across the UK, and has been recorded many times, including by rock and soul singers.
The principal roles are taken by Julia Smith (Dido), Christopher Barnes (Aeneas) and Jodie Wiggins (Belinda, Dido’s sister). Instrumental support is given by strings and harpsichord led by Eddie Jones.
Cantamus choir would welcome new members of all ages and abilities. We rehearse every Thursday evening, over two terms, at Thorpe Market church and work towards two performances at Christmas and in May or June. We are a very sociable choir and can put you in touch with someone who is happy to car share. 
Tickets are £10 (£8 Concessions / free under 16) entry on the door or in advance / A Licenced Bar will be available 
Please contact the Secretary for further information: cantamussingers@gmail.com  / Tel: 01263 833847
02/06/2019 10:00am
Guest speaker Pete Jackson, previous curate.
Part of Christ Church's 150 years celebrations.
02/06/2019 10:45am
02/06/2019 11:30am
This year’s Open Studios art event at Thorpe Market Church over Spring half term week will give visitors the opportunity to watch demonstrations and learn some of the techniques for themselves.
 
EastCoastArtz are a group of North Walsham based artists.  They have exhibited regularly at Thorpe Market Church, and are once more using the church to participate in the county-wide “Open Studios” event. This year there will be seven artists exhibiting their work, which includes mixed media, painting, sculpture, collage, photography, textiles, rag rugs, driftwood models, wooden toys, prints and cards.
 
Refreshments will be available and there is ample parking and level access.
 
Visitors are invited to take part in workshops or view demonstrations from 2pm to 4pm on most of the days, but the workshops must be pre-booked.On Sunday June 2 :  Free sculpture demonstration with Ken Riches.
03/06/2019 5:30pm

Philip Talbot, Chair of Trustees will talk about implementing the vision for the centre over the next few years, which has been discussed by trustees and staff at meetings during the past twelve months.
Steve Foyster will talk about why and how the ' community of Revelation' is a special place for so many people in many different ways.
End of year accounts for October 2017-September 2018 available to view.

Please email enquiry@revelation-norwich.co.uk if you would like to attend or telephone 01603 619731
03/06/2019 7:30pm
St Andrews Church, Gorleston
United Prayer Meeting. Everyone will be made welcome, even if they are new to prayer meetings!
 
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.
03/06/2019 7:30pm
Please come and join us for the CAP King's Lynn Debt Centre AGM. With light refreshments from 7pm.  
04/06/2019 2:30pm
Bee Keeping a talk by Melvyn Cooper. All are welcome
05/06/2019
Car boot sale - Come and find some great bargains on the Christian Aid stall. Look out for our red banners
and have a chat with our volunteers from the Methodist churches, free church and the Church of England.
We believe in life before death. 
It is part of our annual fundraising for Christian Aid so all proceeds will go to Christian Aid.
05/06/2019 12:30pm
A light lunch will be provided from 12.30pm and donations towards this will be welcomed.  At the lunch there will be the opportunity to eat and pray together and Rev Madeline Light is the host. It will end by 2pm.
 
Please confirm your attendance to Lisa Fifield the Transforming Norwich administrator at transformingnorwich@gmail.com at least one week beforehand.
05/06/2019 2:00pm
Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
05/06/2019 7:00pm
First Wednesday of each month: Christian Motorcyclists Association branch meeting. All are welcome, a chance to get to know what we are about. Starts at 7pm For more information phone Greg Bright on 07814182940 or greg.bright@ntlworld.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web site www.bike.org.uk
06/06/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
07/06/2019 1:00pm
07/06/2019 3:20pm
On the first Friday of each month you can join with others over tea and cake to share what you thought and felt about one of Julian of Norwich’s visions or ‘shewings’. This week: Ninth Shewing, Art thou well apaid?
07/06/2019 7:00pm
We invite you to come and be refreshed at our next conference in the unique environment of the tabernacle. 
Teaching and activation sessions will be led by Jill Gower and Cheryl Grace.
 The sessions will run on Friday evening 7.00-9.30pm and Saturday 10-4.
Tea and coffee will be available; please bring a packed lunch.
Admission is free (a free-will offering will be taken). 
Space inside the tabernacle is limited so please register at:
enschoolpropheticministry@gmail.com 
08/06/2019
Celebration weekend with music, refreshments, a wedding dress display and children’s activities, including a celebration service at 3pm on the Saturday. 
08/06/2019 10:00am
A large-scale free family fun day held in The Walks parkland. Celebrate King’s Lynn is an annual opportunity for the town’s churches and Christian organisations to bless the local community with completely free entertainment, food and activities. Enjoy music, inflatables, games, crafts and food.
08/06/2019 10:00am
Various stalls, refreshments.
08/06/2019 10:00am
Renowned Iconographer Helen McIldowie-Jenkins will be holding two-day Icon Painting taster workshops, and bookings are now being taken. Step-by-step tuition to ‘make & take’ a small icon. Traditional artist materials will be provided, and participants will gain an understanding of the history, meaning and use of Icons. The cost of the workshop is £25 for the two days. Limited spaces so book as soon as possible. E-mail: saint.seraphims@gmail.com
08/06/2019 10:00am
We invite you to come and be refreshed at our next conference in the unique environment of the tabernacle. 
Teaching and activation sessions will be led by Jill Gower and Cheryl Grace.
 The sessions will run on Friday evening 7.00-9.30pm and Saturday 10-4.
Tea and coffee will be available; please bring a packed lunch.
Admission is free (a free-will offering will be taken). 
Space inside the tabernacle is limited so please register at:
enschoolpropheticministry@gmail.com 
08/06/2019 10:00am
The theme of the conference is Empowering the Church to Empower the Poor, and it is led by the Pathways from Poverty team from Relational Mission. It is open to everyone who wants to be encouraged and equipped, to be part of a church that welcomes the poor and sees lives transformed, as people are empowered to walk on pathways out of poverty.
There will be worship, teaching, practical seminars, opportunities to meet new people, browse stands and hear about some effective church-based community projects, all designed to help Christians make a difference in their local community, bringing hope and transformation to the broken world around us. 
The guest speaker for the day is Natalie Williams from Jubilee+, There will also be a choice of seminars to attend in the morning, stands to visit in the breaktimes and a 'speakers' corner' in the afternoon, where local projects will be showcased.
 
Doors open for registration, refreshments and viewing of stands from 9.30am.
 
Standard tickets are £20 per head, £10 for those unwaged.
Please contact Julia Miller if you have any queries regarding the event: julia@pathwaysfrompoverty.org.uk
08/06/2019 12:00pm
Norwich Healing Rooms will be at St Stephens Church every second Saturday of the month from 12 O’clock until 3 pm
08/06/2019 7:30pm
09/06/2019 10:00am
Renowned Iconographer Helen McIldowie-Jenkins will be holding two-day Icon Painting taster workshops, and bookings are now being taken. Step-by-step tuition to ‘make & take’ a small icon. Traditional artist materials will be provided, and participants will gain an understanding of the history, meaning and use of Icons. The cost of the workshop is £25 for the two days. Limited spaces so book as soon as possible. E-mail: saint.seraphims@gmail.com
09/06/2019 10:15am
To discover more about the Alpha course, starting in September. 
Followed by shared lunch.
09/06/2019 10:30am
Come celebrate the Jewish festival of Shavuot with us as we discover the deeper meanings associated with this season.
Everyone is welcome.
More details at:  
https://www.facebook.com/events/2580536941958433/

01603 624267
rabbi@adatyeshua.co.uk
 
12/06/2019
Car boot sale - Come and find some great bargains on the Christian Aid stall. Look out for our red banners
and have a chat with our volunteers from the Methodist churches, free church and the Church of England.
We believe in life before death. 
It is part of our annual fundraising for Christian Aid so all proceeds will go to Christian Aid.
12/06/2019 2:00pm
Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
13/06/2019 2:00pm
The Norwich Branch of the Disabled Christians Fellowship (DCF) meets at Witard Road Baptist Church on the second Thursday of each month for Christian fellowship, fun, and afternoon tea/snacks. Whatever your disability you (and your helper/carer if you have one) you are very welcome to join our friendly group.  This month we will enjoy musical entertainment from Wroxham-based based duo "Two's Company". 
13/06/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
14/06/2019 7:30pm
Each month we focus on drawing close to God through worship, testimony and hearing God’s Word taught.  The aim is to experience His tangible presence in our worship times, so that we are refreshed and refuelled by the Holy Spirit to be happy witnesses for Jesus. This month our speakers are David and Christine West. You are welcome to email us at ousevalleyfillingstation.org.uk if you would like to have further details.
There is always the opportunity for prayer ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit during our meetings. We are expectant of seeing God move in power to accompany the preaching of God’s Word. We do hope that you will come and join us. You will be warmly welcomed. Refreshments from 7.00pm.
 
 
15/06/2019 10:30am
A Men's Seminar led by Dr Ike Nnene and Linda Nnene on the topic of 'Being the Man You Were Made To Be'. The Right and True Man Men’s Seminar is an event that will inspire and equip you to be the man you need to be in order to have a happy successful marriage.
The Right and True Man is the individual who not only has what it is needed to get married but also has developed the attributes to stay happily married. The cost is £40 including materials, lunch, tea and coffee. 
15/06/2019 2:00pm
There will be an Open Afternoon at the Pleasaunce in Overstrand. 
Come look around this wonderful house, designed by Lutyens, its setting and gardens.   
Enjoy cake and tea/ coffee. A generous donations most welcome         
More information from Jillian on 01263 579212 or Jess on 01263 578230.
16/06/2019 10:00am
Alaric and Jane Hunt travel the world teaching and equipping churches in prophetic ministry. On Saturday, June 15 they will be in Norwich to talk about ‘Transitions and Transformations: how spiritual warriors reinvent themselves for the new season.”
19/06/2019
Car boot sale - Come and find some great bargains on the Christian Aid stall. Look out for our red banners
and have a chat with our volunteers from the Methodist churches, free church and the Church of England.
We believe in life before death. 
It is part of our annual fundraising for Christian Aid so all proceeds will go to Christian Aid.
19/06/2019 2:00pm
Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
20/06/2019 7:00pm
Two-course dinner with guest speakers: John Gaughan was one of Herman’s Hermits (‘Something tells me I’m into something good’). He started from the top, and worked down, to the gutter – where he met Jesus. Great music and an amazing story to tell.
Tickets are £15, evening starts at 7 for 7.30pm.
Tickets should be booked in advance via Dr Barrie Lawrence, Norwich Chapter President, on 01603 898289
or by email to: barrielawrence@btinternet.com
 
20/06/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
22/06/2019 7:00pm
Ceilidh in aid of Christian Aid at St Faith’s Church Rooms in Gaywood.
24/06/2019 7:30pm
26/06/2019
Car boot sale - Come and find some great bargains on the Christian Aid stall. Look out for our red banners
and have a chat with our volunteers from the Methodist churches, free church and the Church of England.
We believe in life before death. 
It is part of our annual fundraising for Christian Aid so all proceeds will go to Christian Aid.
26/06/2019 2:00pm
Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
27/06/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
29/06/2019 2:00pm
St. Seraphim’s Garden Party. A family event with stalls, children’s games, a raffle, refreshments and live music from ‘Four in a Bar with Phil Brooke’.  Admission Free.  Disabled Access.  Well behaved dogs on leads.
 For further info: contact saint.seraphims@gmail.com , Tel. 01328 820610.
 
30/06/2019
Orchestra set to perform in Norwich church 
Trinity United Reformed Church in Norwich is staging an orchestral concert in aim of the Priscilla Bacon Lodge Support Group? on Sunday June 30 at 3pm.

St Gregory's Orchestra, (conducted by Martin Wyatt) will play a selection of sings from the musical Oklahoma by Rodgers & Hammerstein
 
There will be a Sonata for Clarinet and Orchestra by Ian Hytch, with soloist Rachel York, conducted by the composer
 
Also being performed will be New World Symphony No9 by Dvorak
 
Tickets at £8 are available at the door or in advance from members of the Orchestra or members of the Church - 01603 414307
 
Trinity United Reformed Church, 1 Unthank Road, Norwich, NR2 2PA. 

www.stgregorysorchestra.org.uk
02/07/2019 2:30pm
New Zealand - a talk by Dr. Nick Ireland. All are welcome
03/07/2019 2:00pm
Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich
This ecumenical Bible study will take place every Wednesday afternoon, starting on February 13. All are welcome.
03/07/2019 7:00pm
First Wednesday of each month: Christian Motorcyclists Association branch meeting. All are welcome, a chance to get to know what we are about. Starts at 7pm For more information phone Greg Bright on 07814182940 or greg.bright@ntlworld.com or look at the Norfolk branch on the web site www.bike.org.uk
04/07/2019
Annual flower festival. Stalls, refreshments, music.
04/07/2019 7:30pm
Norwich Healing Rooms every Thursday evening 7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. at St Edmunds Church Fishergate
05/07/2019
Annual flower festival. Stalls, refreshments, music.
05/07/2019 3:20pm
On the first Friday of each month you can join with others over tea and cake to share what you thought and felt about one of Julian of Norwich’s visions or ‘shewings’. This week: Tenth Shewing, inside the broken heart
06/07/2019
St Peter and St Paul in Salle, near Reepham
A concert by Norfolk Camerata in their traditional venue, with a programme of early Baroque music.
06/07/2019
Annual flower festival. Stalls, refreshments, music.
07/07/2019
Annual flower festival. Stalls, refreshments, music.
 

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